As a student in our Animal Behavior program, you benefit from our extraordinary resources.

Two female students observe and record a fish's behavior

Animal Behavior Lab 

This lab is dedicated to the research projects being conducted by faculty members and students in Animal Behavior, such as a study involving the behavior of male Siamese fighting fish. 

A female student arranges a sample on a microscope slide

Neuroscience Labs

Our faculty members with expertise in the neurosciences have labs dedicated to their research into topics concerning learning and memory, cognition and development, psychopharmacology, and drug addiction and pain. Because Animal Behavior incorporates neuroscience, as well as the work being done in other disciplines, you may work in these facilities. 

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